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instantly and was in tears and crying. >> a teenager is behind bars this morning after allegedly stabbing a 14-year-old boy to death in san francisco. >> very good for tesla and so i'm very frustrated, given our history with tesla in terms of what we've provided for them. >> tesla announces today its next massive factory is going to nevada. >> today is the only gubernatorial debate on the calendar this election season. governor jerry brown has little to lose as he faces republican challenger neel kashkari. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." new this morning good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. new on this thursday morning, more shaking in the north bay as another aftershock rumbles throughout the napa
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area. it was a magnitude 3 around 4 a.m. you can see the shaking here on our kpix 5 seismograph. no injuries reported from that or from a minor earthquake that hit the peninsula at 8:24 last night, as well. let's check the roads now with elizabeth. >> it's already pretty busy if you are heading to the bay bridge toll plaza. there was a minor fender-bender already cleared and it was on the span itself. so they switched on the metering lights, started cycling through them slowly and now you're stacked up already beyond the overcrossing and even once you get on the bridge it's slow on that incline section so just a heads up if you are trying to get into san francisco. westbound 580 turns out that accident approaching the dublin interchange is now in the clearing stages. our drive time though is heavier than usual for this time of the morning 34 minutes between the between the altamont pass and 680. there was also an earlier stall that slowed things down much earlier in the livermore area. and a quick check of the south bay a touch of slowing now on northbound 101 just past the 280/680 interchange. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." let's get the latest on those aftershocks. here's lawrence. >> yeah, a couple of
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earthquakes overnight one along the peninsula in the portola valley and we have another one near american canyon that one a stronger one a 3.0 coming at 3:56 this morning. so if you thought something was shaking overnight you're right. another aftershock there and likely still more to come. weather-wise, we have some patchy fog that's moved onshore some drizzle along the coastline this morning. a few high clouds up above that. cloudy skies out over the bay right now. the temperatures still running very mild as they have all summer long. 64 degrees in oakland. 60 in san francisco. and 59 in san jose. this afternoon, up in the 80s, low 90s inland. 70s and 80s inside the bay and some 60s out toward the coastline. that's a look at weather, guys. back to you. >> thank you. there nighttime video is a little hard to see. it shows tense confrontation between an oakland police officer and an off-duty firefighter. off duty firefighter keith jones happened to notice the door open at an oakland fire station and went to check. then a police officer
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confronted jones who was with his two sons. >> if we were white, i really truly believe he would not have approached my kids that way. >> it was recorded on the officer's body camera including the officer's apology after he confirmed jones was a firefighter. the police officer said the officer followed policy. yesterday two men from germany were beaten by 7 men near jones and greenwich streets. the culprits then stole a camera and took off. san francisco police later arrested four men close by at a playground. police are trying to determine if the same men were involved in a similar robbery also in san francisco last week. there's a search in a sacramento suburb for a man who took a girl out of her home. there's a sketch of the suspect who went through an unlocked door in the middle of the night and carried the 8-year-old girl out of her home in carmichael. he took her to the nearby
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woods. she begged him to let her go and he did. >> something changed, uhm, for somebody to go through that method to take a child and not keep the child or not, uhm, do anything further to the child is what's perplexing. >> that young girl ran back into her home when she was freed. she had a few cuts and bruises but is otherwise okay. an american medical worker who recovered from the ebola virus finally spoke to reporters. nancy writebol held a news conference in north carolina yesterday to talk about it. she and dr. kent brantly became very sick while working in liberia then were flown to the u.s. and treated at a georgia hospital. writebol spoke about the moment her husband broke the news that she had ebola. >> david came towards me to give me a hug and to put his arms around me and i knew how dangerous that was and so i said, no, just no. and there were many times when i thought i don't think i'm
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going to make it. >> meanwhile another u.s. doctor is being treated in liberia after coming down with the ebola virus. dr. rick sacra of massachusetts was there to deliver babies. he was not working in ebola wing. and new this morning, authorities in the netherlands say they will publish a preliminary report next tuesday into the malaysia airlines disaster that killed 298 people. malaysia airlines flight 17 was shot down over eastern ukraine on july 17. the report will detail what investigators believe happened and include satellite imagery, radar details and the plane's black box recorders. happening today, the only debate in this year's gubernatorial race in california. democratic governor jerry brown republican challenger neel kashkari will debate in sacramento tonight. brown is strongly favored to win re-election. kashkari plans to use the debate to introduce himself to voters. a wildfire in siskiyou
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county has burned more than 100 square miles, no damage or injuries. the fire has been going on for three weeks near the oregon border. 250 homes are evacuated. another 750 homes are considered in danger because the fire just keeps growing. it's a new attraction in san francisco but as kpix 5's andria borba reports, the rainbow honor walk is plagued with very costly mistakes. reporter: cast in bronze on the sidewalk of castro street are 20 important faces of the gay community. >> it's very exciting. we now have our own lgbt walk of fame in the castro. >> reporter: it's called the rainbow honor walk, and it's a project a long time in the making. >> i didn't have gray hair when it started. >> reporter: among the honorees, author tennessee williams, who could write a play about two of the sculptures entitled a street plaque named typo. exhibit a, oscar wilde, who was apparently known for his "bitting" wit and christine jorgenson who was so far ahead in the transgendered movement
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that she didn't need the s in her plaque. >> i have never seen a project delivered without, you know, issues that need to be corrected. >> as soon as we knew there was anything less than perfection on the plaques we called the manufacturer and they said absolutely we'll fix it no problem. >> reporter: 100% of the cost for the plaques was raised. the money was raised privately. much like a headline like dewey defeats truman is big bucks, when the corrected plaque also arrive these will be removed and auctioned off for the honor walk and the transgender law center. a minor bump in the road to cementing castro street history. >> just to know that the people who now walk down castro street can walk literally in the path of those who walked before us. >> reporter: in san francisco, andria borba, kpix 5. >> if all goes as planned, the walk will eventually extend from the harvey milk school to the lgbt center.
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it is the $5 billion question, where will tesla build its huge new battery factory? >> reporter: the bad news it is not california, it's nevada. tesla hasn't confirmed anything, just that it will be in carson city today for, quote, an economic development announcement. reporter: the company will announce today that it's going to nevada for its massive next generation battery factory known as the "giga factory." >> i'm devastated. >> reporter: state senator ted gaines personally delivered a gold shovel to tesla headquarters in palo alto last month along with a letter to tesla's ceo elon musk saying how california would do what it takes to get a deal done. >> we have been very good to tesla. and so i'm very frustrated given our history with tesla in terms of what we have provided for them.
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>> reporter: he says it's frustrating that tesla has already benefited from california subsidies and tax breaks but decided to go out of state to create 6500 badly needed manufacturing jobs. nevada was considered the front- runner in a five-state sweepstakes for the "giga factory." in fact, nevada had already begun clearing a potential site near reno. u.s. senator dianne feinstein said she and others lobbied hard for the golden state. >> i'm a big fan of tesla's, so i'm obviously sorry because i had talked to elon about it and had talked to the governor about it, and i know the governor made a full-court press. but apparently, it was just too good a deal in nevada. >> reporter: now, the silicon valley leadership group also expressed disappointment saying it had worked very hard to build a relationship with tesla and that hopefully california could benefit from that next time around. live in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> any idea what nevada is offering tesla that's so appealing? >> early reports say the package nevada is offering will address tesla's stated expectation that the winning state put up as much as 10% of the project's cost or up to $500 million in benefits and incentives.
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we'll find out more this afternoon. live in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. time now 6:10. he is 15 years old and he only has a "b" average but this teen is going to one of the top public universities in the country. how he hacked his way into cal. >> small classroom sounding out the letters of the alphabet. how one local school is teaching students how to read. >> and we are starting out with a whole lot of clouds even a little drizzle this morning. but lots of sunshine coming our way. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and it looks like four lanes are open now in the commute direction heading across the golden gate bridge. we'll have your travel times after the break. but first we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute. ask a question or share a gripe by emailing crazy@kpix.com. or tweet me at #ewengerkpix and watch to see if your question gets answered on air. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
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average...he'll tell you heo doogie howser. so ho he is only 15 and already a junior at uc-berkeley at cal. he has average grades. how did he skip ahead? well, he was homeschooled and at age 11 his mother signed him up for community college classes ones that didn't have age requirements. pretty soon he had enough credits to transfer to cal as a junior. >> wait a minute, you totally cheated the system, what would you say to them if you run into those people? >> i didn't cheat it. hacked is the word that my mom likes to use when i was little. it's not cheating the system. but it's -- it's looping the system in a way like you avoid
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all the stuff that does not need to be put in education. . >> a few years ago he appeared in "america's got talent." he is now majoring in theater over at cal. how about that? >> sounded good in the video. >> not bad. palo alto school dedicated to helping students overcome their challenges and achieve success. >> and they do it by personalizing their lesson plans and emphasizing the students' strengths and potentials. sand hill is this week's "cool school." reporter: balloons mark the first day back from summer break for sand hill school in palo alto. >> who can tell me how to spell cat? >> reporter: it has 60 students kind kennedy through sixth grade. what makes it unique: it serves students are language- based learning difficulties. >> all of our classrooms you will see really direct and explicit instructions. we are teaching kids how the to read in a different way than you and i probably learned how to read. >> reporter: each classroom is small and an even smaller group instruction for reading and math. many of the kids have come from other schools that didn't address their challenges and
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now here, they're succeeding. >> at my old school there were a lot of people that she had to help with and i didn't understand a lot. and in this school, there's not that many people to help and so they can get to me easier. >> they're actually helping me instead of just telling me what to do and just not worrying about it. >> there you go! >> reporter: recess is even a chance to learn. teachers supervise the interaction to use some of the social and emotional strategies being taught in the classroom. >> how to be a friend. how to sustain friendships, how to initiate play. >> reporter: being a school under the children's health council, professionals like speech and language pathologists are always on hand. >> that means that we're able to do more than just teach the academic piece or just teach kids how to read, and it really allows us to serve the whole child.
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>> i was in third grade of reading in fourth grade and everybody else was in fifth grade reading. and i'm in fifth grade reading now. >> jared is doing really great. his favorite subjects are p.e. and math. if math is too boring, p.e. is his favorite subject and vice versa. >> we were watching the piece and that was the first day. they keep them busy. >> they were working hard. having a little fun, too. so what is cool about your school? you can email your nomination to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. time for traffic now at 6:17. liz, how are we doing? >> we're doing okay. we have a few more incidents out there. with back to school for kids, we have seen busy drive times earlier. and southbound 680 we now have another accident this time in
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walnut creek. it was just south of treat and you can see the delays there on our sensors. it's pretty slow actually coming out of concord just a few minutes ago, though, clearing all lanes. but that four-car fender-bender kind of the damage already done for that area so it will take a while to recover. at the bay bridge we had earlier a small fender-bender, "kcbs traffic" first reported it. they activated the metering lights at 5:42. so a few minutes earlier than normal. they were cycling through them pretty slowly and now you're stacked up through the maze so it's crowded already trying to get into san francisco. here's a live look at westbound 580. this drive time also stacked up early because of a stall in livermore. and then we have another accident at hopyard. everything is cleared out of lanes. all lanes are open between the altamont pass and pleasanton. the drive time, you can see what those earlier incidents did to the drive time 37 minutes already between the altamont pass and 680. by the way, this is the commute direction. that's your latest "kcbs
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traffic." with the forecast, here's lawrence. that's the direction i don't want to go, liz! [ laughter ] >> yes. >> that commute direction. >> hey, folks, if you woke up this morning and thought you felt an earthquake you may have. we have had a few more overnight in the past 24 hours, one in the peninsula at portola valley 2.9 at stanford and another at american canyon 3.0 three miles west of american canyon so continuing to shake in the north bay. low clouds and fog outside this morning even some drizzle along the coastline early on a few high clouds also drifting overhead h looking nice though toward the afternoon going to see plenty of sunshine and near normal temperatures and then slightly warmer as we head in toward friday and this weekend. all right. we have a hurricane to talk about. this is norbert that's off the coastline of mexico making its way near baja headed to cabo right now. watch out you will see heavy rainfall there just a category 1 hurricane as we'll see tremendous amounts of rainfall through baja and looks like
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it's going to hug the coastline eventually moving into some cooler waters and breaking apart and may make its way into california as we head in toward tomorrow near san diego at the first part of next week. high pressure going to take care of us for today. we have a low off the coastline but all told it looks like lots of sunshine this afternoon. 80s maybe some low 90s inland. 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coastline. your sunrise time 6:42. sunset tonight at 7:34. and as we look toward the next few days, we are going to see a lot of sunshine coming our way after some patchy morning fog maybe slightly warmer on friday and saturday. a few more clouds cooling back down as we head in toward monday and tuesday. >> you might want to take next week off. looks great. >> i think i should. i haven't had enough time off lately. that wasn't much of a vacation i had. >> you said you were sick but we were betting you were in maui on something. >> i wish. >> killer tan >> thank you so much. >> i'll telling the boss. >> antibiotics. [ laughter ] 49ers star ray mcdonald's arrest for alleged domestic violence has the rumor mill swirling. will the defensive end play in the first regular season game
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on sunday? that's coming up at 6:30. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, could either the a's or giants come back from the jaws of defeat and could tennis' top player make it eight straight? burning the midnight oil at the u.s. open coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning, everyone. history in the making at the u.s. open. it was a painful night for andy murray tied at 3 in the fourth set. top seed novak djokovic sends murray all over the court. this match did not end until after 1:00 local time in new york this morning. djokovic wins in four sets to reach the semi finals for the 8th straight year. the a's picked up jon lester in part to match up with seattle's king felix.
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bottom of the 4th, forget about that. adam dunn's 462nd career home run and the second since joining the a's. getting used to the home run tunnel. then kyle goes deep off jon lester. lester gives up back-to-back home runs. that one to seeger and this one to cory hart solo shot. king felix 4-0 against the a's this season. seattle a 2-1 winner. this woman may have been the only person who felt lonelier than ryan vogelsong at coors field. he gave up a career-high four jacks putting colorado on top for good. three-run shot in the 5th inning. cory dickerson then followed that with an opposite field shot. his second home run. game as the rockies blow out the giants 9-2. i do have a silver lining this morning, guys. as the los angeles dodgers lose, the angels lose, so no ground lost for both the a's or the giants. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight.
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play of the day, a little major league baseball classic example of some fine concentration. toronto's jose batista makes a backhanded catch, takes a tumble and hangs on! going and a little rumble there and got it! very nice. the blue jays beat the rays in tampa after a pretty incredible catch out there in right field. your play of the day. good morning, a couple of earthquakes have rocked the bay area. i'm roberta gonzales live at the academy of sciences in golden gate park. we'll show you what a earthquake looks like and what you need to know. >> and the tense confrontation between a firefighter and a cop caught on camera. i'm anne makovec live in the newsroom with the newly released video next. ,,
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t of the same faci dozens of teens handcuffed at a nashville detention center this morning just days after 32 juveniles broke out of that very same facility. how police took control of the situation coming up. >> lots of fog and drizzle. will we clear out? we'll talk about that coming up. >> you're looking at a 25- minute wait to get on the bay bridge through the toll plaza and a new accident in the maze. traffic is put your hands up! put your hands up! coming up.turn around! >> i'm a oakland firefighter. >> a tense run-in between a off duty firefighter and the video is telling the story. >> good morning, it's thursday, september 4. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. a confrontation between an
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east bay police officer and firefighter is recorded and kpix 5's anne makovec is in the newsroom and reports the firefighter is now raising questions about whether race was an issue. >> it's difficult to see what's happening in this video but it paints a picture of the tension when police are trying to figure out whether or not there is danger ahead. >> reporter: the video shows an encounter between an oakland firefighter and an oakland police officer. >> i'm an oakland firefighter. that's my truck right there. >> reporter: that's the voice of firefighter keith jones. in an interview last week with kpix 5 he told us he was passing his fire station when he noticed a door to the station was ajar. and his sons were approached by an oakland cop. before he could close it he and his 9 and 12-year-old sons were approached by a cop. >> i'm pretty much thinking he is going to shoot me. >> reporter: jones said he was worried he would be shot and wondered aloud whether race played a factor in the officer's response. >> if we were white, i really truly believe he would not have
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approached my kids that way. >> reporter: in a video, you can hear jones consoling his crying son. but moments later, the officer asks for jones id. >> lift your hands up as high as you can and turn around for me one time. all right. yeah, reach in your back pocket and grab it. >> reporter: jones hands it over and the officer apologizes. >> you can put your hands down, kids. sorry about that. you can relax, too,. >> reporter: jones, who had requested an internal affairs investigation initially agreed to another interview since that video was released but so far hasn't returned or request for comment. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> in a statement with the video, oakland police chief said the officer acted within policy and said the department has a commitment to transparency. if you live up in the napa area, you probably felt a little rumble this morning. >> i think they are looking forward to not feel anything but another aftershock an
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earthquake there today several along the peninsula and parts of the east bay as well near san ramon. 2.9 near the portola valley near stanford and this one the aftershock a 3.0 at 3:56 this morning about 3 miles west- northwest of american canyon. another shaker there and likely more to come as the land continues to settle in. low clouds and fog this morning, stretching onshore. we have some drizzle near the coastline. cloudy out over the bay right now. the temperatures mild in the 50s and the 60s. but as we head in toward the afternoon, we'll see a lot of 80s, even low 90s well inland, 70s and 80s inside the bay and 60s toward the coastline. let's check the roads with elizabeth. thank you, lawrence. it looks like those metering lights cycled slow so we have a big backup at the bay bridge backed up really through the maze and beyond it westbound 580 very slow from 24 and look at the eastshore freeway. that's suddenly now a yellow drive time slow drive time because that earlier stall now we are getting word of an accident on the connector westbound 80 to eastbound 580
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coming into the macarthur maze still heavy traffic from at least golden gate fields if you are traveling westbound. also, we have that earlier crash approaching hopyard near the dublin interchange on westbound 580. that jammed up the works early through the livermore valley. all lanes are open but the drive time is 40 minutes from the altamont pass and 680. it clears up through the dublin grade. and southbound 680 if you are traveling through walnut creek, it's still jammed up because of an earlier accident just south of the treat exit. very heavy from concord and 242. that is latest drive. back to you guys. >> all right. thank you, elizabeth. last week's napa earthquake and today's aftershocks are all good reminders to be ready for anything. >> roberta gonzales is live in san francisco to find out how prepared we should be. roberta. >> reporter: we are here at the california academy of sciences. this is national preparedness month so let's say you're in miami. you need to know how to prepare
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for for a hurricane. let's say you're in chicago you need to know how to prepare for a tornado so obviously here in the bay area we need to know how to prepare for earthquakes. join me is scott moran a director of this exhibit and all exhibits here. good morning, sir. >> good morning. how are you dealing? >> reporter: how wildly popular has this exhibit been since the napa shaker? >> whenever something like this like an earthquake happens, there's an increased awareness and people want to know what's going on and they come here to learn how to prepare. >> here's an aftershock! this is an aftershock now, right? >> yes. this is an aftershock. >> reporter: how do we prepare before the earthquake? >> you have to make a plan what you're going to do it how you're going to do it, secure your home and get a kit. >> reporter: what about like in your home what we're experiencing now? >> duck, cover and hold on. >> reporter: what about afterwards? >> afterwards, you have to check for hazards, make sure your home is safe, turn off the gas if it's leaking. >> reporter: that's so great. really quickly you have something going on here tonight? >> yes. every thursday night 6:00 until
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10:00 is night life 21 and over cocktails, deejay music and have some fun. >> reporter: stir, not shaken with those cocktails. right. if you want more information about tonight's activities or this wonderful educational exhibit visit us online at kpix.com and click on "links and numbers." from the california academy of sciences roberta gonzales, kpix 5. >> thank you. happening today hundreds of fast food workers across the country are expected to walk off the job including here in oakland. they want their companies to pay them at least $15 an hour. right now most workers don't make more than $7.25 an hour. this is not the first time fast food workers have protested but this time, organizers say they plan to engage in nonviolent civil disobedience which may lead to arrests and draw more attention to their cause. a state of emergency in ferguson, missouri now over. it's been in effect since august 16 because of the violence stemming from the protests over the police shooting of a man in their community.
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meanwhile cbs news reports the justice department will open a civil rights investigation into the ferguson police department and will focus in on several years of arrest patterns and allegations of excessive force. it will be in addition to ongoing federal investigations into the fatal shooting of michael brown. new this morning, tensions high at a detention center in nashville after about 20 teens started a violent protest. teenagers armed with metal rods and rocks were seen on the roof of the detention center some attacking the guards. police formed a ring of defense around the building. this is the same facility where about a dozen teens escaped earlier this week. some of them are still at large. police have a teenager under arrest for the stabbing death of a high school freshman. the suspect is a former classmate of rashawn williams. williams and his brother went into a mission district store tuesday night to buy some candy. when they walked out, williams was stabbed in the chest. he had just started class at
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san francisco's sacred heart cathedral. >> he has been doing a good job as president of the united states -- >> and that is williams delivering a newscast last year while he was in middle school. his cousin tells us williams had a 4.0 grade point average and had signed up to play on sacred heart's football team. >> when i found out that he didn't make it through surgery, it was just i dropped my phone instantly and was in tears and was crying. >> his football coach told williams' parents there was some sort of fight on social media and williams felt threatened. the name of the boy who was arrested has not been released. well, the nfl and the 49ers are still trying to decide what to do about ray mcdonald. the defensive tackle was arrested over the weekend accused of domestic violence. the question is, should he be allowed to play in this weekend's season opener against dallas? kpix 5's betty yu reports, it's a sensitive topic at the team's home down in santa clara.
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reporter: ray mcdonald stretched and practiced with the team but we still don't know if he will play in four days and coach harbaugh doesn't know either. when asked who would be making that call -- >> i wouldn't concentrate or who or what who is doing or who's making the decision. it's what's going to make the decision. that's information and fact. >> reporter: harbaugh appeared frustrated with repeated questions about mcdonald and sunday's season opener. >> uhm, we can have an informal poll right now. uhm, you know, raise your hand if you are not in favor of due process. [ pause ] >> one hand. >> reporter: he also wouldn't talk about mcdonald's mindset. >> as i said, i mean, i have known him for three years. i have been in many conversations with him. anything i could say would be positive. but matt, what i'm saying is, we owe to everyone involved, respect for due process. >> reporter: nfl commissioner roger goodell said he won't act
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rashly to enforce the league's new domestic violence policy, one that will ban players for life after the second offense. >> well, i think the first thing you have to do is let the process play out, get the facts and make sure you understand all the circumstances and, uhm, we don't right now. and, uhm, we're obviously it very closely. -- we're obviously following it very closely. >> reporter: betty yu, kpix 5. >> coach harbaugh was asked whether he will get all the facts and all the information by sunday's game and he said he just doesn't know. yesterday, the san jose police department said mcdonald's case has not yet been presented to the district attorney's office. well, the drought is taking a big toll on some businesses in the central valley. a number of them are closing just down the road from fresno. restaurants are posting signs saying they don't have enough water because the wells are dry. >> we're having a lot of issues with homes not selling.
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here we're trying to clean up the school make it look good for the community. and we have nowhere to eat. >> some businesses have closed, the high school in easton is still open. it has water but officials don't know how long that will last. developing news president obama and british prime minister david cameron say they will not be cowed by the islamic militants who have killed two u.s. journalists. the two leaders wrote a joint editorial published in the "times of london." it was ahead of today's start to the nato summit in wales. here at home, vice president joe biden had his own comments about isis militants. >> we will follow them to the gates of hell until they are brought to justice! >> isis has continued its brutality beheading a second u.s. journalist steven sotloff this week. and you can control your doors and your garages even your thermostat with your phone so why not your credit card? i'm kiet do with a live report on secret new technology that's
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and samsung revealing some new products. here's jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com. >> reporter: later today, tesla motors is expected to announce it will build a new $5 billion factory in nevada. the factory will reportedly employ more than 6,000 people. they will be making batteries for more affordable versions of its electric vehicles. nevada beat out california, texas, arizona and new mexico. here on wall street the market finished mixed yesterday. the dow was up 10 points, the nasdaq dropped 25. apple stock is taking a dive. it dropped more than 4% wednesday. the tech giant is dealing with fallout from the celebrity hacking scandal on icloud accounts plus rival samsung unveiled two new smartphones at an event in berlin. the galaxy note edge got the biggest buzz with the curved screen on one sign for toolbars, shortcuts and even games. apple is expected to unveil new products at an event next week.
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and malaysia airlines is renaming its contest called my ultimate bucket list. the airline says the name is inappropriate at this time after two deadly air disasters this year. the bucket list was supposed to describe activities that people want to do or places they want to see before they die. the airline is now asking people to enter their ultimate "to do" list for a chance to win prizes like free tickets. and that is your cbsmoneywatch report. for more following me on twitter at. the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago taking a look at the big board, you can see the dow is up about 63 points. a san jose startup appears to be on the cutting edge of credit card security. >> kpix 5's kiet do with an inside look at the system that will allow you to customize your security preferences and it's only on 5. reporter: did you ever forget your credit card back at a restaurant and wish there was some way you could temporarily turn it off while you go back
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to get it and then turn it back on? a dream no more. the future is here and it's called card control. you will soon be able to use your phone to temporarily deactivate a credit or debit card. >> right now this card is off. >> reporter: anyone who tries to run the card won't get very far. >> transaction denied. >> reporter: for the past year banks have been testing this card control technology. a san jose-based startup, "ondot," has been working on it in stealth mode for years and says the idea came when one of its founders' cards was stolen. >> the idea was that why can't i just lock this card just the way i lock my home or my car? i should be able to lock my money. >> reporter: unlocking the card is just as easy. >> it's approved. >> reporter: voila and bottom's up. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: what's more, you can set spending limits, set geographical boundaries on where the card will work and only allow purchases at certain types of businesses like a gas station or a supermarket.
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>> so essentially i'm able to take a general purpose card and create a card which is based on my preferences on my need and where and when i shop for the amounts that i decide to shop. >> reporter: the company discovered that fraud went down by as much as 60% with card control and customers actually used the protected card 40% more of the time. it really is a smarter credit card. >> just cranberry juice. >> reporter: i'll drink to that. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and the technology is being used by a handful of card processors now. ondot says it will be in 7,000 financial institutions by the end of the year. back to you. >> kiet, what about the big giant banks, chase, citibank, wells fargo, bank of america, do they plan to get card control soon. >> reporter: that's the big question. "ondot" says they can't say much.they are in discussions with those guys right now and to stay tuned. live in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> thank you, kiet.
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time for a traffic update. we have something cooking out there. some breaking traffic news right now in richmond. it sounds like a bad wreck involving a couple of buses. three lanes are blocked right now on eastbound 80. it's counter-commute but it's causing delays on both sections of the freeway. again, we haven't been able to confirm what kind of buses. chp doesn't know at this point but again three lanes are blocked eastbound 80 right around the hilltop drive exit. and they are landing a life- flight helicopter at the mall. of course, hilltop mall is in that area. eastbound traffic very slow at a crawl basically in those lanes but westbound traffic is also really heavy right now out of hercules because they are basically looking at the accident scene on the other side of the freeway. we are not sure about extent of injuries at this point. we'll continue to watch it and give you another update before the show at 7:00. a live look at our sensors at walnut creek southbound 680 a big delay there because of an earlier crash at treat and now an accident in the backup the
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second straight morning of a rough commute across the stretch of contra costa county. southbound 242 very slow out of concord and then it really remains heavy to the 24 interchange. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we have an earlier fender- bender on the span. they cleared it quickly but they had to cycle through the metering lights a little more slowly once that happened. it's now stacked up east of the maze westbound 580 very slow right now jammed up through 24. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge, maybe folks looking for alternates because it is a slower than usual drive time right now on westbound 92 trying to get out of hayward. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." let's check your forecast with lawrence. a lot of fog out there right now but hey, you may have felt it over night. we had a few more earthquakes in the bay area one along the peninsula that was 2.9 in the portola valley there near stanford and we have another earthquake there a 3.0 coming just before 4:00 this morning three miles west-northwest of american canyon. all right. around the bay area today, low clouds and fog have moved onshore a little drizzle along
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the coastline. looks like this is going to start to break up and leave behind lots of sunshine. should be a very nice day ahead in fact these temperatures probably the 80s maybe some low 90s well inland. and near normal for this time of year and then slightly warmer as we head in toward the weekend. we have norbert spinning off the coastline of baja right now. heading to cabo, you're going to see heavy rainfall in the next 24 hours, sustained winds of 80 miles per hour making a category 1. it will be moving all along the baja coastline so very heavy rainfall expected there. going to continue to weaken and then looks like coming onshore as a strong storm possibly into san diego as we head in toward next week. all right. it will be warm around the bay area for today and around much of the state. temperatures up in the 80s and low 90s well inland. 70s and 80s inside the bay some 60s a little sunshine and some patchy fog along the coastline. next few days we'll warm the temperatures up just a smidgeon and then cool things down a few more clouds coming our way as we head into next monday and tuesday. that's a look at weather, guys. back to you. >> thank you, lawrence. 6:52. up next, tesla makes a big
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announcement today that has california feeling snubbed. where it's going to build its new factory coming up. >> and a tense confrontation between a firefighter and a cop caught on camera. what the parties have to say about it this morning coming up. no rush, andy. come on. with the chase mobile app you can get a lot done in a little amount of time from transferring funds wait a minute. you've got to be kidding. did you guys see that? that ball was out. to paying your coach for adding five miles per hour to your serve. that ball wasn't in. get your eyes checked. help me out here. download the best mobile app today. so you can always have the advantage. chase. so you can
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by isis in iraq and syria. governor brown faces his republican challenger neel kashkari in the only gubernatorial debate. the democratic incumbent is strongly favored to win re- election. tonight's debate topics are expected to include the state's uneven economic recovery, education, and the high-speed rail. california still the home of tesla, but the company will announce today that it's moving its massive battery factory to the state of nevada. u.s. senator dianne feinstein said she and others lobbied hard for the complex to be built here in the golden state. new this morning, people in napa valley are shaking after another aftershock. that quake was magnitude 3 at 3 a.m. you can see it right here on our seismograph. no injuries are reported or from a minor earthquake that shook the peninsula at 8:24 last night. hundreds of fast food workers all across the country expected to walk off the job today including here in oakland. they want their companies to pay them at least $15 an hour.
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organizers say they do plan to engage in nonviolent civil disobedience for more attention. i'm anne makovec live in the newsroom with newly released video of of a confrontation between a firefighter, his two children and an oakland cop. it was all recorded on the officer's body camera. it was nighttime so it's difficult to see but what it shows is what happened to off duty firefighter keith jones who happened to notice the door open at his oakland fire station and went to check. then a police officer showed up to check on the open door as well and confront jones, who was there with his two sons. jones then filed a complaint against the police department. >> if we were white, i really truly believe he would not have approached my kids that way. >> the video includes the officer's apology after he confirmed jones was a firefighter and allowed jones to show his identification. the oakland police chief says the officer followed policy in this incident. live in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. and we are still watching
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this accident in richmond a traffic alert issued it was a couple of transit buses involved in this accident. we are trying to get details. we don't have a lot of updates since our last traffic report but we know that three lanes are blocked eastbound 80 approaching hilltop drive. we are getting conflicting reports about injuries. the eastbound lanes are beginning to stack up as well as westbound traffic. it's kind of looky-loos checking out the accident scene and westbound traffic is really stacked up from hercules straight on down through richmond eastbound traffic also very slow obviously because of the three left lanes. >> and we have lovely fog outside to start out this morning and i'm enjoying this. you no why? we are not going to see much more of that this year. we'll get the offshore flow and it will go away. it's a beautiful sight all that gray out there right now. by this afternoon, plenty of sunshine and temperatures up in the 70s and 80s inside the bay 60s along the coastline and don't worry, guys. we have some more fog coming your way for tomorrow! >> that's great! >> how about that!
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>> love the color gray. see you at noon. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, september 4th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morn president obama tries to rally global support to fight the terror group isis. new rioting at a teenage detention facility just days after dozens escaped. plus two kayakers attacked by a great white shark share their story of survival. but we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> british prime minister david cameron, president obama condemning isis as barbaric killers. >> the president and nato allies take on two global security threats. >> western leaders gathered in wales, attempting to tackle conflicts in ukraine as well as

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